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August 25 2016 @ 02:35 pm
This was a random things meme from way back with some updates because some things just don't apply anymore. You can answer any or all in comments and click the repost icon at the bottom to share with your friends.
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Jill aka Jo
August 18 2016 @ 12:15 pm
My best friend has told me, so far, they aren't going to be evacuated but should the fire advance in their direction at all they will be leaving. Thankfully, the fire has turned west of them and winds are blowing in that directions which keeps the fire moving that way. The sad part is that it is advancing on a highly populated area. It would be nice if the fire would reverse a bit and burn back on itself which would make it extremely difficult for the fire to advance.

Yesterday night the fire was downgraded from 30,000 acres to 25,626 acres and gained a 4% containment. This morning it was reported to be 31,689 acres and still at 4% containment. Overnight fires tend to gain more ground because it is nearly impossible for helicopters to see where they will pick up water and exactly where it needs to be dropped despite the glow of the fire. However, the first night of this fire it grew approximately 10,000+ acres but last night it was only 6,000. This is progress. Hopefully they will gain more containment and the weather will aid them.

The worst thing about this, for me, was reading somewhere online that the Southern California fire season hasn't started. See in Southern California the fire season is usually later and more into fall when the Santa Ana winds kick up. So all the dryness from summer added with massive winds make a spark and inferno in no time. This is a rather scary thought considering SoCal has experienced several large fires already. My only hope is there will be enough burned already to prevent much from burning later... though California is huge so it is unlikely.

I wish this drought would end and we'd get a good downpour of rain.

I wanted to share these pictures with you from down by my best friends. It amazes me that I've been to some of these places and all I can do is pray for the residents there. These pictures are beautiful and terrifying all at once.

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Embers from a wildfire smolder along Lytle Creek Road near Keenbrook, CA

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Voting is open August 16 - August 22 at midnight PST.

We are down to the last 3 episodes and I think I know who might win as I was surprised by last weeks voting. No more voting episodes off. Now you are PICKING YOUR FAVORITE episode of the 3 remaining. And remember, pass along the link and get all your Outlander fans to join in.

Jill aka Jo
August 01 2016 @ 04:57 pm

Author: Sally MacKenzie
Series: Naked Nobility (#1,, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6.5, 7)
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So what I thought this series was about really came down to the first book. In The Naked Duke the books starts out with a misunderstanding which leads said Duke to end up in the bed of a respectible lady completely naked. So I did believe all of these would have them in interesting situations like this in a Regency setting which is obviously a no no in such a time period. All the rules of propriety and what is socially acceptable where even waltzing is barely alound. But mostly these books weren't like that. They did have our heroes and heroines in scandulous situations but it often seemed to repeat to some degree and in some of the books even after they'd been found in such situations they didn't do what the time demanded and get married which made their lives pretty miserable and prolonged the story.

Now The Naked Earl was great in that the earl in question fled his own bedroom when an unwanted woman tries to trap him into marriage, only to end up in another woman's bedroom without cloths and is nearly discovered.

My favorite of the series was The Naked Laird and The Naked King. In The Naked Laird (which is a short story) the Laird and his estranged wife are attending the same party where the hostess takes it upon herself to try to bring the two back together by putting them up in the same room. Due to some sad events and, of course, misunderstanding they have been estranged for a decade after a miscarriage. But close quarters and a little bravery bring them together.

But in The Naked King it isn't actually a king but a man dubbed The King of Hearts. What happens is that in a series of rather silly events they are "compromised" on the street for passersby to see. Stephen simply nips the scandal in the bud by saying he is engaged to Anne who feels herself to be a confirmed spinster but finds she can't resist the man who is out to save her reputation and who decided almost immediately he'd be more than happy to marry her.

Overall the series is just middle ground but if you like regency romance and want something that doesn't require more than you to sit back and relax and enjoy the antics... this is a good series for you.
Jill aka Jo
July 12 2016 @ 12:52 pm
Dragonfly in Amber begins in 1968 at the wake of Rev. Reginald Wakefield. Roger is watching the Avengers with a group of children in a daze when Fiona comes and tells him he should really get back to his guests. Roger goes out and toasts his “father” [Rev. Wakefield was his Great Uncle but his adoptive father after the death of Roger’s parents].

Roger sees a red haired girl and goes looking for her. Getting distracted by those paying their respect he thinks he’s missed her when she finds him, asking if he’s Roger Wakefield. An older Claire appears reminiscing about how young Roger was the last time she saw him and him meeting her daughter but Roger says he’s not had the pleasure (boys got it so bad). Bree introduces herself. Then Claire explains she’s an old friend of his father’s and that her husband was also. Roger finally realizes Claire is Frank Randall’s wife. He mentions her being a nurse and she tells him she’s now a doctor but Brianna comments her mother is being modest because she’s actually a surgeon. Claire asks after Mrs. Graham and we learn she died a few years back. (So is that three deaths in the 1960s? Frank, Rev. Wakefield and Mrs. Graham.)

Claire goes to look around and remember her time at the Manse while Roger asks Brianna if it is her first time in Scotland. Brianna has always been interested in Scotland but they don’t have time to take in the sites which Roger thinks is a shame as it is a “beautiful, wild country.” Fiona appears and drags Roger off to say goodbye to his guests.

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How many kilts would you give Dragonfly in Amber?

1 - Not a fan, ya ken?
2 - It was Outlander.
3 - I liked it fine.
4 - Really good.
5 - Bloody awesome.

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Okay the season is over now and I have to say if you haven't been watching... you should be because wow. Just wow. I think this might just be the best season yet. I felt like nearly every episode had this wow moment. No, it wasn't like in every episode there was a big reveal... only 2. But there are these moments. Little things that GOT is just getting right. You need to be watching this.

So I'm going to give my reactions for both episodes The Battle of Bastards and The Winds of Winter. If you've not watched either episode, don't read ahead unless you like spoiling everything for yourself. Some of you do. Oh and I have to warn you this post is GIFy. I found all these amazing gifs and I plan to use them.

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So I'll tell you right off the bat, last year I started Season Five and then just stopped. I got to like the 3rd episode and didn't continue to watch. So I was at a complete loss as to what was happening though I'd heard about the rape scene. With our new cable system came OnDemand which I've never had before and since we have some premium channels right now for free... I got to download all of Season Five and what has aired of Season Six. Now I'm not completely caught up anymore because I think there was an episode last weekend I've yet to watch.

If you haven't watched you might not want to continue but here are some thoughts:

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Jill aka Jo
June 16 2016 @ 10:39 am
Prestonpans opens with Claire off in the woods to “pish” but is brought up short by the corpse of a Highlander who died at the hands of the Redcoats. Claire takes the man’s weapon and returns to a waiting Jamie fearing there is nothing Jamie and she can do to prevent the future. The troops are at Prestonpans and Claire knows the Jacobites will win the day but one battle isn’t the war and knowing the outcome doesn’t prepare you for those who will get hurt or die. Claire has seen far too many men killed in war.

In a tactical meeting with Charles’s advisors, Quartermaster Sir John O’Sullivan (the Irishman) and Lieutenant-General Lord George Murray of Clan Murray (who is more favored than the Quartermaster) are arguing over strategy. O’Sullivan wants to attack quacking but Murray wants to hold the higher ground. The problem is to execute any attack they would need to cross Tranent Meadow which is likely boggy ground and will ultimately trap anything trying to cross it. Charles seems like he’s at a complete loss and Jamie suggests a cavalry field trip to determine if the meadow is passable. But they have no cavalry which is something else that angers the advisors. Charles points out how he took Perth and Edinburgh without firing a shot but it is quickly brought to his attention that they surprised General Cope which will not happen again.

Charles then has the brilliant idea to offer Cope generous terms of surrender, which is ludicrous in the extreme, because he informs his advisors, “We are all brothers, after all.” Everyone is stunned and O’Sullivan tells Charles he has a generous heart but the troops are there to fight and win.

Jamie tells the Laird of Clan McDonald to tell his men to “await further order, which may be some time,” while the advisors continue to argue. Jamie leaves followed by Charles who tells Jamie he must succeed because he’s promised God and his father. Am I the only one annoyed by the “Mark Me” line? Stop it.

[Read More...]Charles wants Claire ordered to care for the English wounded before the Jacobites. Charles feels he needs to convey that his Jacobite forces are attacking with reluctance (though I doubt that was true of any of the Jacobites) because in his mind they will all be friends under his father’s rule. Jamie advises Charles to ease off the idea of friendship between the English and the Scots because the men will not think too much of the idea. And then tacks on, Claire is unlikely to obey the order to treat the English wounded first. Charles clearly has no doubt Claire won’t obey his order but assumes she’ll obey Jamie’s who is her lord and master. The utter fool.

Then Jamie is rather forced into kissing the Princes ring. Jamie never looks keen to do that.

In the camp, everyone is bored waiting for orders and Angus is spitting water at Kincaid… or Ross. Which is which? This breaks out in a bit of a stramash which ends with Angus’s dirk at Kincaid’s throat (he’s the one who got spit on). Murtagh is trying to control the situation with threats of his own violence which wakes Dougal up to complain about the men making too much noise, as he clutches a bottle. But Jamie steps in and mentions they are getting along about the same as the commanders, letting Murtagh know there are still no orders.

Jamie gets Dougal up and lets him know they need to test the marsh between them and the English. Jamie suggests a lucky man could ride out into the meadow to see just how stable the ground is and if it can support a horse and rider then it is likely to support the infantry.

Dougal is willing because all he has to do is stay out of the range of the guns. Jamie believes 125 yards should keep Dougal safe but Dougal is inclined to think 105. Jamie reminds Dougal the English are going to be very happy to shoot at him but Dougal wants to prove himself and goes off to find a horse.

Dougal rides out into the meadow slowly, arms stretched out. The Scots watch with awe while the English ready their weapons to try and shoot Dougal. Even Charles appears awed by Dougal’s boldness and finding him an “extraordinary fellow” and wonders at his name. Angus tells him Dougal’s name and asks his own. The Prince introduces himself while still watching Dougal and both Angus and Rupert are going a little fanboy.

Dougal falls show of halfway when his horse gets stuck in the marsh. The English open fire and many shots go astray but one manages to shoot Dougal’s bonnet right off his head leaving a bit of a flesh wound. Dougal does an about face and brings the horse back to the Scot’s side of things earning a hug from Charles. Dougal relays he is there to report there will be no charge on the English. Charles tells Murray to figure the problem out while Jamie tells Dougal he needs his wound examined. Dougal shrugs of the idea of medical attention say he needs to change his breeks because, “the hero of the hour has shat his pants.”

In Claire’s field hospital, she is addressing the volunteers about their assignments: answering questions and trying to keep an eye on Fergus who is responsible for the fires which he deems women’s work.

That night Richard Anderson, the son of the man who owns the land they are camped on, shows up with Fergus in the field hospital with information on how to get across the marsh. Claire takes him to Jamie and the advisors where Anderson relays the information and assures them he can get them across to the other side. Charles wishes O’Sullivan were there to make the decision for him but Jamie advises “delay could prove fatal,” effectively pushing Charles into the decision.

Before they all set off on their mission, Ross and Kincaid make a pact to take care of the other’s family should they not survive. Angus overhears this and tries to make a similar pact with Rupert. Angus wishes Rupert to have his sword, dirk, and sporran with “all that it contains.” Rupert wants to know what Angus is talking about and he tells him about Ross and Kincaid’s pact and then offers him his part-time whore, spitting in his hand to seal the deal. Rupert refuses, telling Angus to shut it before he brings bad luck on them. Though it seems to be Rupert doesn’t want to think about his buddy dying.

Murtagh is sharpening his dirk when Jamie approaches and Murtagh talks about having a meaningful death. He feels if he were to perish here he’d been one more body in an army of 2000 men. “Five hundred, a thousand would have to be slain for our deaths to take on any meaning.” Jamie isn’t really comforted by this discussion and talks about how they tried to stop all of this but failed nearly losing his marriage in the process. Murtagh let’s Jamie know “we” failed because he is on Jamie’s side.

Jamie goes to see Claire telling her she should sleep but she thinks that is an unlikely prospect. They are just about to kiss when Fergus burst in on them asking permission to go with Jamie and the men. Fergus believes he can sneak into Cope’s tent and steal his sword but Jamie informs Fergus he’s the only one he trusts to guard Claire.

Murtagh, Angus and Rupert arrive to haul Jamie off on their mission but first Angus wants another kiss from Claire should he not return Claire tells him he is shameless and gives him a quick peck on the cheek.

Rupert won’t say goodbye but does a basic “until we see each other again.” And then it is Murtagh’s turn. She wants him to watch over Jamie and he says, “Always.” Claire can tell him they will win the day but it doesn’t mean all of them will return to her. Then it is onto Jamie and several lingering kisses and longing stares before Claire says, “One your way, soldier,” with tears in her eyes. Jamie bows and is off.

Claire orders her nurses to rest and notices Fergus is missing.

The men, meanwhile, are advancing through the marsh in the misty pre-dawn. Fergus is among them and once they reason the other side Jamie tells O’Sullivan to keep Charles back. Charles wants to lead the charge but Jamie tells him the rebellion would end should Charles parish.

Claire is supervising the hospital and notice the women are in low spirits. She tries to reassure them.

Back in the thick of things, Jamie gives the order to charge and the Highlanders catch the English camp asleep and unprepared. It is a slaughter.

Back in the hospital, Ross carries Kincaid in on his shoulders and Claire pronounces him dead telling Ross there is nothing she can do.

On the battlefield, Fergus looks scared and out of place. The British officers are trying to get their forces to stand their ground and he attacks Rupert bringing him down.

Back at the field hospital, Angus carries in Rupert. Claire is dealing with a serious case but Angus roars “NOW!” when she tries to get him to wait. Claire rushes to Rupert’s side which is sliced opened and yells out how she must stitch it up to prevent infection. Rupert mumbles “Did he get blown up? Tell me!” Claire looks to Angus for the details but Angus tells her it was nothing just a cannon blast.

In a flashback, Rupert is cut down and Angus kills a man about to take another attempt on Rupert. Rupert smiles at Angus who goes flying when a cannon ball explodes close behind him.

Claire finishes stitching Rupert and then wants to check on Angus who says he’s fine. She checks his eyes and asks about his head but Angus does seem fine though Claire doesn’t want him going to sleep. Angus plans to watch Rupert’s big belly go up and down.

Jamie and Murtagh arrive and Jamie tells Claire “the day is ours, Sassenach.” It all happened in 15 minutes and now Cope is in retreat. Hundreds are dead and many wounded on the English side and their own casualties are minor. And that is when they kiss and then Claire proceeds to pat at Jamie for wounds. He’s good.

Fergus is outside and Claire goes to him (like a mother would). Fergus is in shock and tells her he thinks he killed an English soldier. Claire holds him and while he’s not injured he’s tired and Claire takes him off to have a bit and get some rest.

Meanwhile, Dougal is out in the field murdering any wounded English he comes across when one calls him by name. Lt. Jeremy Foster is wounded and asks to be taken to the field hospital though all of this after informing Dougal there is no defeating the British army. Dougal isn’t kind taking out his dirk and stabs him in the chest saying “I’ll look for you in Hell.”

Back in the hospital, Ross covers Kincaid’s face and looks to Angus telling him they didn’t run which Angus respects. Angus jokes with Murtagh and Jamie that Rupert’s blubber protected him and Jamie says, “Aye, the man could eat,” then apologizes for using the past tense.

Claire comes over noticing that it looks like Jamie was stepped on by a horse, and Jamie informs her he was. She hands him a glass jar and tells him to piss so she can see if there is blood in his urine. Jamie then hands it to a wounded English solider to hold while he aims.

This turns into a friendly bet but all the fun is interrupted by Charles who thanks Claire for her work. Charles tells the room the victory has left a damp child on him as they are all brothers. Everyone is uncomfortable and that is when Dougal appears shouting victory and lunging for the wounded English, dirk in hand.

Charles isn’t pleased and brings Dougal to heel telling him the English are also his father subjects and berates him for his “lack of Christian Charity.” Charles then orders Dougal removed from the rolls because there is no room for such men in his army.

Dougal starts to walk out when Jamie intervenes telling Charles that Dougal is a true warrior despite his foolish tongue and suggest promoting him to Captain of the newly created Highlander Dragoons. These dragoons will get 15 horses and men, and they will follow the English and report on position and they will raid their supply lines. Charles likes this but Dougal knows Jamie just effectively got him out of the way. “You champion me and you exile me, both at the same time. That’s a plan worthy of my brother.”

Dougal goes to speak to Angus but the man is slumped over and when Dougal tries to rouse him he falls into Dougal’s arms choking on blood. Claire lifts his shirt and there is a large bruise indicating internal bleeding. The blast of the cannonball caused internal damage. Jamie asks if there is anything Claire can do but there isn’t and she gazes at Angus who is trying to speak though nothing can be made out. Suddenly, it all stops and Angus is gone.

There is a sudden groan and Rupert rises from his bed, going to his fallen friend, he kneels and takes Angus’s sword from its scabbard and moves back to his bed.

Later the men are toasting their victory. Jamie tells Claire she was right about their victory but she points out that means she’s right about Culloden.

Rupert appears drinking and singing with Ross Down Among the Den Men. This is a song about drinking and being among the dean men means empty bottles but it has a sobering double meaning here though the other men would see it as a drinking song.

Poll #2047375 What did you think of Prestonpans?

What did you think of Prestonpans?

1 - Not a fan, ya ken?
2 - It was Outlander.
3 - I liked it fine.
4 - Really good.
5 - Bloody awesome.

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June 09 2016 @ 02:15 pm
I keep thinking I'll manage to get these posts up before Wednesday but I never seem to.

Jamie and Claire arrive finally rendezvous with Murtagh and the Lallybroch men. They come with Lovat's men but have lost 100 men on the way. The men Jamie brought are not fighters and Murtagh and Jamie now have the task of training them. Fergus peeks out of his abode and sees "Milady and Milord!" and rushes to greet them which brings a huge smile to Claire's face and then Jamie's when Fergus informs them Murtagh has enslaved him mending the man's socks.

The next day Claire and Jamie are just out and about when they hear a voice they know and Rupert and Angus step into view. Angus seems rather happy to see Claire and she grudgingly gives him a kiss on the cheek. Claire wonders about the whereabouts of Willie and is told in a somber and melancholy tone that Willie got himself hitched and moved to America with his Irish bride.

Dougal appears and Jamie genuinely looks pleased to see him but Claire isn't so enthusiastic about it. Apparently, Colum doesn't want them there but Dougal, Rupert and Angus have come of their own accord. Jamie informs Dougal the men he's brought need training but Dougal thinks they are worth 10 redcoats because they have conviction on their side.

Murtagh is drilling the men and Jamie realizes just how untrained they are though Dougal still seems optimistic. Claire, on the other hand, is having flashbacks of watching the WWII soldiers being drilled in the 1940s.

Claire turns sees Fergus playing shinty with some men and recalls soldiers playing baseball in her own time. She's so shaken up she pulls Fergus from the game to get Jamie water.

[Read More...]Back on the field; Jamie, Murtagh and Dougal all teach the men moves and have them stick dummys with dirks (much like Claire did).

Later that night, Dougal talks to Jamie about going to join the Prince already but Jamie isn't willing to take the men into war when they are not ready.

Claire spies Angus spitting out his food and flashes back to two American soldiers complaining about their rations. They have been separated from their Airborne division and are traveling now with British forces. Claire discusses how the British believe American's eat verses what they eat and they educate each other on different foods.

Later Claire is clearly upset but tells Jamie she's find. As Jamie unpins his plaid his broach falls to the ground and Claire retrieves it. It is a stag and says "Je Suis Prest" which reminds her of the Airborne patch on the American soldiers from the war. Jamie apologizes for bringing her to battle with him and assures her he will keep her safe but Claire continues to pretend she's fine.

The next morning at training Jamie talks to the men about what war is like and how some things seems silly but it isn't until there are shots coming at you and people are dying that you understand what the training is for. Jamie tries to press how important it is to move and fight as one like the British if they have any hope of defeating them. Jamie just about has all the men focused when Dougal and his men comes screeching down the hill bare chested with their swords. The men scatter much to Jamie's annoyance and Dougal tells them all the way to beat the English is with a Highland charge which clearly isn't the way. Jamie isn't pleased by Dougal undermining his authority and takes him aside. Dougal patronizes Jamie telling him he knows what Jamie's goal is but he knows this stuff better to which Jamie tells him in no uncertain terms that he has no idea what they will face and he does.

Jamie then informs Dougal if he wishes to fight with Clan Fraser then he will respect Jamie's orders without objection. And if not Dougal can take his men and leave.

And Dougal runs to tell Claire claiming Jamie is being stubborn and needs his help because he's clearly in over his head. He goes so far as to try to blackmail her with their arrangement when she was scrambling to free Jamie from Wentworth. Claire informs Dougal that Jamie knows everything and he understands she was doing everything in her power to free him. She then goes on to tell him what a narcissistic ass he is and everything he does is for his ego and self-gratification. Dougal admits he loves his own reflection but he loves Scotland more and would do and give anything to put a Stuart back on the throne.

Now we see Dougal helping to train the men which Jamie and Murtagh discuss Claire's odd behavior.

Later Angus is poke and his disgusting fee which reminds Claire of lecturing the WWII soldiers on preventing trench foot which can lead to amputation. Claire comes out of her flashback asking Angus, "Did you hear what I fucking said?!" Angus replies he did but Rupert is surprised by her outburst and Claire leave taking deep breaths to try and steady herself.

That nigh Dougal comes to the campfire with ten men in tow. He informs Jamie they are new recruits and Murtagh is sent to get Kincaid and Ross who were the sentries. Jamie then tells these new men if they aren't there of their own free with they are to leave with no harm to come to them. Jamie then informs Dougal he is in command and Dougal says there were no orders about conscripting men. Jamie doesn't believe in forcing people to fight for something they don't believe in. Jamie then orders Dougal and his men to sentry duty which Dougal agrees to. When Kincaid and Ross arrive, Jamie places them under arrest for letting strangers into camp and orders a punishment of six lashes each which is carried out by Murtagh the following morning.

Later that day Claire is walking past the men who are practicing their marksmanship when the gunfire triggers another flashback which is more disturbing.

Claire is traveling to her field hospital with the American soldiers when they are shot at and blown off the road. She wakes in a ditch with Grant who warns her to keep quite. Somewhere out in the field Lucas is pleading for help but there are German tanks approaching. Grant tells Claire to stay put and goes after Lucas only to be killed. Claire huddles in the trench with her ears covered. She is found the next day and this is how Jame finds her by the wagons. Jamie holds her and Claire tells him about her repressed memory of that incident.

Jamie tells her he should send her home but Claire isn't willing to be powerless and alone again. Jamie promises her no matter what happens she won't be alone again and we can tell he means more than himself.

Jamie is making water when a small English lad tries to cut his throat. Thankfully Jamie is canny and fights the boy off by breaks his arm. Murtagh finds a letter to a British officer on the boy and thinks him a spy. The boy says he isn't a spy and was drawn by Jamie's fire and recognized Jamie as Red Jamie. The boy won't give any other information and Jamie goes so far as to heat his dirk for torture. Claire arrives and saves the boy this fate by pretending to be a captured English Lady who has resisted Red Jamie's advances but will give into him should he let the boy go. Jamie turns the tables informing the boy if he won't give up the information for his own welfare maybe he will for the lady's. The boy confesses he is William Grey, the second son of Viscount Melton. He then gives up the 200 infantry traveling to Dunbar to join Cope going so far as to warn Jamie about the heavy artillery  16 carriage-mounted cannons, mortars, muskets and a company of 30 calvary.

Jamie makes a display of making advances on Claire who struggles and gets him in the family jewels before Grey tells him the location of the British. Jamie has Grey taken with the men and if the boy speaks the truth he's to be tied to a tree where the British will find him and if not he's to die. Before Grey leaves he tells Jamie he owns him a debt of honor which he doesn't wish to owe him but he will repay him and then kill him. Jamie says he hopes they never meet again.

Jamie announces there is to be another punishment and while Dougal's men were on sentry his unguarded fire drew the boy. Murtagh lashes Jamie while the men watch. Afterwards, the men assemble to raid the British camp but Dougal and his men are left out because they have orders.

Jamie and his men steal into the British camp, killing sentries and stealing the wheels off the cannons. They burn the wheels and back at camp Jamie gives Claire the trophy of the iron cotter pins which hold the wheels on. He tells her he's been on Commando raid then wonders if that is what you call it. Jamie wishes to make love to Claire but they have to move on before the English awake and realize what happened.

We watch as Jamie, Claire, Murtagh, Dougal and everyone else arrives in Perth to join the Stuart army. Jamie calls up Dougal and tells him to inform the Prince they have arrived which he does happily.

Claire knows there is no going back and announces, "Je Suis Prest."

Poll #2046962 What did you think of this episode?

How many kilts would you give Je Suis Prest?

1 - Not a fan, ya ken?
2 - It was Outlander.
3 - I liked it fine.
4 - Really good.
5 - Bloody awesome.

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